The pie chart shows the percentage of persons arrested in the five years ending 1994 and the bar chart shows the most recent reasons for arrest. Summarize the information by selecting and reporting the main features

The pie chart illustrates the number of arrested and not arrested people while, the bar graph described the percentage of seven different causes to
arrest
male and females, over the period of five years between the 1989 and 1994. Overall, males were arrested more than the women and the most common
reason
for the
arrest
is public drinking while the least common
reason
is not answering for both genders. The pie chart reveals that 9% of the women and 32% of men were arrested in a given period of time. Where the bar graph described that the highest number of persons were taken into custody because they were drinking
at
Suggestion
in
a public place. Drink and drive is the
second
most common
reason
for the
arrest
. Where marginally less than 15% women and slightly more 25% male were taken under custody. No answering is the least
reason
arrest
to
arrest
in the given time span where only slightly below the 5% male and little above the women were arrested. The rest all of the four types (breach of order, Assault, theft and other reasons) percentage
fluctuates
Suggestion
fluctuate
between 12 per cent and 20 per cent.
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